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Asmuss designer and cofounder Clare standing beside a rocky stream surrounded by beech forest on the Fernburn track near Wanaka New Zealand

Inspiration for your everyday and travel adventures


This is the first of our monthly Asmuss Adventures blogs where we hope to provide some inspiration for both your everyday adventures and those that might take you further afield.  We'll include articles we've found that we find fascinating or useful about design, food, travel and art, and sometimes we'll even write ourselves.

Please enjoy our first selection

Clare & Fiona

Fresh Start in the Fresh Air

We don't get to spend very much time in the same place but took advantage of Clare's New Zealand visit to start the year with a day hike with friends and family, all wearing Asmuss, on the Fern Burn Track near Wanaka. 

It was a great day hike with tussock and grassland leading to ancient beech trees (which provided beautiful shade). We didn't reach the hut but turned around when knees and time limits required it. 

Asmuss cofounder Fiona walking the Fern Burn Track wearing the Asmuss Roam Jacket and Oval Trousers. Her sister Andrea is further ahead and the sky is bright blue with small white clouds

Conscious Travel

These suggestions are a few years old but  making decisions about where and how to travel consciously don't go out of style.

Snow capped volcano reflected in a still lake with pink flamingoes in Eduardo Avaroa National Park in Boliva

Great London Bakeries

Find fabulous bakeries all over London 

As recommended by The Infatuation.

Seed covered sourdough bread and fruit danishes on a table beside a window with a yellow frame in London

Stylish & fun

Visiting the Serpentine Pavilion in the British summer is a great blend of architecture and art and fabulous excuse to visit Hyde Park. See the recently announced 2024 Serpentine Pavilion architect and concept.

Exterior of architecturally designed house with cantilever

Art Walk in Auckland

Sometimes art is hidden in plain sight.  This Auckland waterfront walk is one of several to help you spot them while in the city centre.

View of Michael Parakowhai's State House artwork in front of Ports of Auckland cranes as the sun sets

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